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Caring for those with Developmental Disabilities
Caring for those with Developmental Disabilities
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Equip the staff with the underlying training to address the unforeseen issues with many patients and residents.
Equip the staff with the underlying training to address the unforeseen issues with many patients and residents.
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Provide nationally accredited CE for Occupational and Physical Therapist alike.
Provide nationally accredited CE for Occupational and Physical Therapist alike.
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Workforce Compliance for Post-Acute organizations
Workforce Compliance for Post-Acute organizations
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Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) refers to a group of developmental disorders characterized by ongoing social problems, repetitive behaviors, and symptoms that appear early in childhood and impact functioning...
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Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) refers to a group of developmental disorders characterized by ongoing social problems, repetitive behaviors, and symptoms that appear early in childhood and impact functioning socially. Individuals identified with an Autism spectrum disorder may be mildly impaired or severely disabled. This course will provide an overview of Autism spectrum disorder and diagnostic criteria. Current methods of early identification and treatment options will also be included.
Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) refers to a group of developmental disorders characterized by ongoing social problems, repetitive behaviors, and symptoms that appear early in childhood and impact functioning socially. Individuals identified with an Autism spectrum disorder may be mildly impaired or severely disabled. This course will provide an overview of Autism spectrum disorder and diagnostic criteria. Current methods of early identification and treatment options will also be included.
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Friendships and connections with others play a very important role in the development and well-being of all people. However, those with developmental disabilities often have very few or no close personal...
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Friendships and connections with others play a very important role in the development and well-being of all people. However, those with developmental disabilities often have very few or no close personal connections and friendships within their communities. U.S. law offers people with developmental disabilities a safeguard in the form of a requirement that services offer the "most integrated" way to meet each person's needs. This course will teach current and future Direct Support Professionals methods for supporting clients in building and maintaining healthy social relationships. This course is designed for entry-level Direct Support Professionals.
Friendships and connections with others play a very important role in the development and well-being of all people. However, those with developmental disabilities often have very few or no close personal connections and friendships within their communities. U.S. law offers people with developmental disabilities a safeguard in the form of a requirement that services offer the "most integrated" way to meet each person's needs. This course will teach current and future Direct Support Professionals methods for supporting clients in building and maintaining healthy social relationships. This course is designed for entry-level Direct Support Professionals.
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Historically, those living with developmental disabilities in the United States faced much discrimination, segregation from others and exclusion from education, work, housing, and even from routine daily...
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Historically, those living with developmental disabilities in the United States faced much discrimination, segregation from others and exclusion from education, work, housing, and even from routine daily activities. Today, people with developmental disorders have the same basic legal, civil and human rights as other citizens. The U.S. Constitution, federal laws, and federal court decisions have established these rights. This course will teach current and future Direct Support Professionals strategies for advocating for their clients and promoting their civil rights. This course is designed for entry-level Direct Support Professionals.
Historically, those living with developmental disabilities in the United States faced much discrimination, segregation from others and exclusion from education, work, housing, and even from routine daily activities. Today, people with developmental disorders have the same basic legal, civil and human rights as other citizens. The U.S. Constitution, federal laws, and federal court decisions have established these rights. This course will teach current and future Direct Support Professionals strategies for advocating for their clients and promoting their civil rights. This course is designed for entry-level Direct Support Professionals.
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Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (1990) mandates that those with disabilities will be afforded equal opportunity to benefit from all programs, services, and activities in their communities....
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Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (1990) mandates that those with disabilities will be afforded equal opportunity to benefit from all programs, services, and activities in their communities. Community Inclusion Programs are designed to empower families and those with developmental disorders with the tools necessary to access supportive community members, community services, resources, activities and programs. This course will teach current and future Direct Support Professionals ways to promote community inclusion for clients, patients, and residents. This course is designed for entry-level Direct Support Professionals.
Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (1990) mandates that those with disabilities will be afforded equal opportunity to benefit from all programs, services, and activities in their communities. Community Inclusion Programs are designed to empower families and those with developmental disorders with the tools necessary to access supportive community members, community services, resources, activities and programs. This course will teach current and future Direct Support Professionals ways to promote community inclusion for clients, patients, and residents. This course is designed for entry-level Direct Support Professionals.
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An eating disorder is an illness that causes serious disturbances in your everyday diet. Severe distress or concern about body weight or shape may also characterize an eating disorder. This course will...
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An eating disorder is an illness that causes serious disturbances in your everyday diet. Severe distress or concern about body weight or shape may also characterize an eating disorder. This course will examine eating disorders and how to treat them.
An eating disorder is an illness that causes serious disturbances in your everyday diet. Severe distress or concern about body weight or shape may also characterize an eating disorder. This course will examine eating disorders and how to treat them.
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An eating disorder is an illness that causes serious disturbances in your everyday diet. Severe distress or concern about body weight or shape may also characterize an eating disorder. This course will...
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An eating disorder is an illness that causes serious disturbances in your everyday diet. Severe distress or concern about body weight or shape may also characterize an eating disorder. This course will examine eating disorders and how to treat them.
An eating disorder is an illness that causes serious disturbances in your everyday diet. Severe distress or concern about body weight or shape may also characterize an eating disorder. This course will examine eating disorders and how to treat them.
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Those with developmental disabilities generally need a team of specialists to help them navigate the education system and find and keep paid employment. Direct Support Professionals assist and support clients...
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Those with developmental disabilities generally need a team of specialists to help them navigate the education system and find and keep paid employment. Direct Support Professionals assist and support clients in learning new skills and strategies in school and at work.They may teach life skills or skills related to work, including job-specific skills, appropriate work behaviors and working with others. This course will teach current and future Direct Support Professionals methods for supporting clients, patients, and residents in education and employment. This course is designed for entry-level Direct Support Professionals
Those with developmental disabilities generally need a team of specialists to help them navigate the education system and find and keep paid employment. Direct Support Professionals assist and support clients in learning new skills and strategies in school and at work.They may teach life skills or skills related to work, including job-specific skills, appropriate work behaviors and working with others. This course will teach current and future Direct Support Professionals methods for supporting clients, patients, and residents in education and employment. This course is designed for entry-level Direct Support Professionals
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Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) is the field of endeavor addressing the communication and related needs of people who experience significant communication impairments. One's Quality of Life...
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Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) is the field of endeavor addressing the communication and related needs of people who experience significant communication impairments. One's Quality of Life is dramatically and drastically altered when their ability to use natural speech is compromised, especially those with complex communication needs. The goal of AAC is to help people find the most effective communication possible. This course discusses AAC, who needs it, what tools are used, and how people are assessed during the process.
Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) is the field of endeavor addressing the communication and related needs of people who experience significant communication impairments. One's Quality of Life is dramatically and drastically altered when their ability to use natural speech is compromised, especially those with complex communication needs. The goal of AAC is to help people find the most effective communication possible. This course discusses AAC, who needs it, what tools are used, and how people are assessed during the process.
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Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) is the field of endeavor addressing the communication and related needs of people who experience significant communication impairments. One's Quality of Life...
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Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) is the field of endeavor addressing the communication and related needs of people who experience significant communication impairments. One's Quality of Life is dramatically and drastically altered when their ability to use natural speech is compromised, especially those with complex communication needs. The goal of AAC is to help people find the most effective communication possible. This course discusses AAC, who needs it, what tools are used, and how people are assessed during the process.
Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) is the field of endeavor addressing the communication and related needs of people who experience significant communication impairments. One's Quality of Life is dramatically and drastically altered when their ability to use natural speech is compromised, especially those with complex communication needs. The goal of AAC is to help people find the most effective communication possible. This course discusses AAC, who needs it, what tools are used, and how people are assessed during the process.
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Positive behavior support focuses on reducing and preventing the challenging behaviors associated with developmental disorders. Positive behavior support has proven to be a successful method for working with...
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Positive behavior support focuses on reducing and preventing the challenging behaviors associated with developmental disorders. Positive behavior support has proven to be a successful method for working with children and youth with developmental disorders. Experience has shown that positive behavior support that fully involves parents or other caregivers more often leads to positive results for clients with developmental disorders. This course will teach current and future Direct Support Professionals how to support clients', patients', and residents' positive behavior.
Positive behavior support focuses on reducing and preventing the challenging behaviors associated with developmental disorders. Positive behavior support has proven to be a successful method for working with children and youth with developmental disorders. Experience has shown that positive behavior support that fully involves parents or other caregivers more often leads to positive results for clients with developmental disorders. This course will teach current and future Direct Support Professionals how to support clients', patients', and residents' positive behavior.
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While most people with developmental disabilities can live and work in the community with a standard level of assistance, some have difficulties in consistently making good choices, which places them and...
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While most people with developmental disabilities can live and work in the community with a standard level of assistance, some have difficulties in consistently making good choices, which places them and others at risk. In these cases, clients need to be assessed to identify and address the areas of risk to prevent negative outcomes, and to help the client maintain and enhance the quality of life. The most effective planning involves the client, the client's family and all members of the support team. This course will teach current and future Direct Support Professionals methods for working with the support team to assess clients' support needs and levels of risk. This course is designed for entry-level Direct Support Professionals.
While most people with developmental disabilities can live and work in the community with a standard level of assistance, some have difficulties in consistently making good choices, which places them and others at risk. In these cases, clients need to be assessed to identify and address the areas of risk to prevent negative outcomes, and to help the client maintain and enhance the quality of life. The most effective planning involves the client, the client's family and all members of the support team. This course will teach current and future Direct Support Professionals methods for working with the support team to assess clients' support needs and levels of risk. This course is designed for entry-level Direct Support Professionals.
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Parents begin to form ideas about who their children will be and how they will raise them into adulthood before they are even born. Children are first exposed to ideas regarding things such as...
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Parents begin to form ideas about who their children will be and how they will raise them into adulthood before they are even born. Children are first exposed to ideas regarding things such as self-regulation, sense of self, achievement, and social roles in the home. Those ideas are then reinforced or challenged through school, peers, the community, and media. This course will discuss how socialization occurs, including why children differ in their motivation to persevere, how early children can distinguish between right and wrong, and the process of developing a conscience.
Parents begin to form ideas about who their children will be and how they will raise them into adulthood before they are even born. Children are first exposed to ideas regarding things such as self-regulation, sense of self, achievement, and social roles in the home. Those ideas are then reinforced or challenged through school, peers, the community, and media. This course will discuss how socialization occurs, including why children differ in their motivation to persevere, how early children can distinguish between right and wrong, and the process of developing a conscience.
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The microsystem of Brofenbrenner's ecological model provides much information about how infants and toddlers develop attitudes and beliefs about their world. Individuals primarily involved with young children...
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The microsystem of Brofenbrenner's ecological model provides much information about how infants and toddlers develop attitudes and beliefs about their world. Individuals primarily involved with young children such as parents, siblings, teachers, have a significant impact on the values and attitudes they develop as they grow. In addition to attitudes and beliefs, it is important to also understand how cognitive skills arise in infancy and childhood and their relationship to the development of later attitudes and beliefs. This course will discuss the basic cognitive skills acquired during infancy and childhood and how different theorists approach this aspect of development. In addition, we will explore how attachment forms in relationships and the development of value and belief systems at the beginnings of life.
The microsystem of Brofenbrenner's ecological model provides much information about how infants and toddlers develop attitudes and beliefs about their world. Individuals primarily involved with young children such as parents, siblings, teachers, have a significant impact on the values and attitudes they develop as they grow. In addition to attitudes and beliefs, it is important to also understand how cognitive skills arise in infancy and childhood and their relationship to the development of later attitudes and beliefs. This course will discuss the basic cognitive skills acquired during infancy and childhood and how different theorists approach this aspect of development. In addition, we will explore how attachment forms in relationships and the development of value and belief systems at the beginnings of life.
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Self-regulation is an important concept in childhood development because it related to effortful control and temperament. Both self-regulation and effortful control are connected to an infant's or toddler's...
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Self-regulation is an important concept in childhood development because it related to effortful control and temperament. Both self-regulation and effortful control are connected to an infant's or toddler's moral development. Moral development as well as an understanding of gender begin in infancy and toddlerhood. This course will provide an overview of the beginning development for infants and toddlers in the areas of self-regulation, moral development, gender roles, and peer interactions.
Self-regulation is an important concept in childhood development because it related to effortful control and temperament. Both self-regulation and effortful control are connected to an infant's or toddler's moral development. Moral development as well as an understanding of gender begin in infancy and toddlerhood. This course will provide an overview of the beginning development for infants and toddlers in the areas of self-regulation, moral development, gender roles, and peer interactions.
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Understanding children's cognitive development includes advances in preschool children's mental processes, including their beliefs and attitudes. Childhood cognitive development also includes factors that...
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Understanding children's cognitive development includes advances in preschool children's mental processes, including their beliefs and attitudes. Childhood cognitive development also includes factors that influence children's beliefs, such as parents, peers, and the media. Motivation is also a key concept for understanding development in early childhood and can impact their success. This course will discuss children's development, including the core values, theory of mind, and social factors that influence all aspects of development.
Understanding children's cognitive development includes advances in preschool children's mental processes, including their beliefs and attitudes. Childhood cognitive development also includes factors that influence children's beliefs, such as parents, peers, and the media. Motivation is also a key concept for understanding development in early childhood and can impact their success. This course will discuss children's development, including the core values, theory of mind, and social factors that influence all aspects of development.
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Children's self-regulation is an important aspect in children's development as it allows them to solve problems and get along with others. Self-regulation also ties into moral development, which begins to...
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Children's self-regulation is an important aspect in children's development as it allows them to solve problems and get along with others. Self-regulation also ties into moral development, which begins to emerge during the preschool years. This course will discuss moral development during the early years of childhood as well as the impact of friendships and how gender development is shaped as children move from toddlerhood into preschool.
Children's self-regulation is an important aspect in children's development as it allows them to solve problems and get along with others. Self-regulation also ties into moral development, which begins to emerge during the preschool years. This course will discuss moral development during the early years of childhood as well as the impact of friendships and how gender development is shaped as children move from toddlerhood into preschool.
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Some children prefer to spend their time playing sports while others would rather focus on academic studies. School-aged children form and alter their attitudes and beliefs based on different influences in...
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Some children prefer to spend their time playing sports while others would rather focus on academic studies. School-aged children form and alter their attitudes and beliefs based on different influences in their lives. Children's beliefs and motivations are influenced by self-esteem, family members, peers, school, and society. This course will discuss attitudes, beliefs, and motivation in the school-aged child and how each are influenced during this stage of development.
Some children prefer to spend their time playing sports while others would rather focus on academic studies. School-aged children form and alter their attitudes and beliefs based on different influences in their lives. Children's beliefs and motivations are influenced by self-esteem, family members, peers, school, and society. This course will discuss attitudes, beliefs, and motivation in the school-aged child and how each are influenced during this stage of development.
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Once in elementary school, children enter a new world of social contexts as they build friendships and identify areas of interest both in school and in their communities. Peer relationships are a major focus...
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Once in elementary school, children enter a new world of social contexts as they build friendships and identify areas of interest both in school and in their communities. Peer relationships are a major focus during this period of development, both positive ones as well as negative interactions such as bullying. This course will discuss the social and behavioral transitions for school-aged children as well as the warning signs of bullying and how families and teachers can be helpful in bullying prevention.
Once in elementary school, children enter a new world of social contexts as they build friendships and identify areas of interest both in school and in their communities. Peer relationships are a major focus during this period of development, both positive ones as well as negative interactions such as bullying. This course will discuss the social and behavioral transitions for school-aged children as well as the warning signs of bullying and how families and teachers can be helpful in bullying prevention.
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School-aged children use technology daily, and media and technology is rapidly changing becoming more advanced almost by the day. Media and technology impacts children's lives in astounding ways, particularly...
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School-aged children use technology daily, and media and technology is rapidly changing becoming more advanced almost by the day. Media and technology impacts children's lives in astounding ways, particularly because children spend a majority of their days at school and home accessing media. The Internet combines print, audio, and screen media into one easily accessed portal and has changed the way children socialize. This course will discuss the role that media and technology plays in the lives of school-aged children and the impact both media and technology have on socialization outcomes.
School-aged children use technology daily, and media and technology is rapidly changing becoming more advanced almost by the day. Media and technology impacts children's lives in astounding ways, particularly because children spend a majority of their days at school and home accessing media. The Internet combines print, audio, and screen media into one easily accessed portal and has changed the way children socialize. This course will discuss the role that media and technology plays in the lives of school-aged children and the impact both media and technology have on socialization outcomes.
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Parenthood remains a core value in American culture, and the drive to become a parent is strong despite the high cost of raising a child. Understanding the motivation for parenthood sets the stage for...
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Parenthood remains a core value in American culture, and the drive to become a parent is strong despite the high cost of raising a child. Understanding the motivation for parenthood sets the stage for understanding the beliefs and value system that guides parents as they socialize their children. Parents are not the only influence on socialization, however. Child care providers and schools also influence the socialization process. This course will discuss how parenting motivations and style impact socialization as well as how school settings relate to a child's overall socialization process.
Parenthood remains a core value in American culture, and the drive to become a parent is strong despite the high cost of raising a child. Understanding the motivation for parenthood sets the stage for understanding the beliefs and value system that guides parents as they socialize their children. Parents are not the only influence on socialization, however. Child care providers and schools also influence the socialization process. This course will discuss how parenting motivations and style impact socialization as well as how school settings relate to a child's overall socialization process.
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Due to new legislation, litigation, advocacy and funding over the past few decades, the numbers of school-age children with developmental disabilities who are residing in residential institutions has been...
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Due to new legislation, litigation, advocacy and funding over the past few decades, the numbers of school-age children with developmental disabilities who are residing in residential institutions has been drastically reduced. The manner in which we educate students with disabilities has progressed dramatically, so that now services that are more appropriate for students with developmental disabilities are provided in public schools. This course provides techniques and strategies for facilitating the optimal learning experience for students with developmental disabilities.
Due to new legislation, litigation, advocacy and funding over the past few decades, the numbers of school-age children with developmental disabilities who are residing in residential institutions has been drastically reduced. The manner in which we educate students with disabilities has progressed dramatically, so that now services that are more appropriate for students with developmental disabilities are provided in public schools. This course provides techniques and strategies for facilitating the optimal learning experience for students with developmental disabilities.
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